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13 red light cameras. it was back in 2007 that the city started using the system. the first contract was for three years, that agreement was extended twice but now it's set to expire of the police would like the city to fork over $2 million to extend the program for three more years. the red light protest group said that they want oakland to join other cities and abandon the program because they said it's more about revenue than safety. >> oats the cheapest way to get there. the cameras won't get you there, haven't, and it's all about the revenue. >> one way to help as they force -- and be there at those dangerous intersections and be able to enforce the california vehicle code. >> reporter: oakland police can't confirm or deny that it reduces collisions. . the city seize $167,000 from the ticket that are about $500. for now they have decided to table the issue and will revisit it into two weeks. we found that the city's agreement to a month to month agreement with the red light camera organization to keep it going on for right now of course we he stay on top of this and bring you
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